Proposition Infinity

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"Proposition Infinity" is the fourth episode of the sixth season of Futurama. It aired on Comedy Central in the USA on July 8, 2010. In the episode Amy Wong and Bender fall in love and begin a bad culturally taboo with the term Robosexual. The title is a parody of Proposition 8. This episode is known for LGBT content. The title is also known is "Proposition ∞". This episode was written by Michael Rowe and directed by Crystal Chesney-Thompson. The theme of the episode revisits the social taboo of robosexual relationships whitch was presented in earlier episodes such as "Space Pilot 3000" and "I Dated a Robot". The opening caption for this one is dictated but not read.

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Kif Kroker became unhappy that Amy Wong likes dating bad boys. He broke up with her. She started dating and having sex with Bender. The Planet Express crew is unhappy of the two's robosexual relationship. Amy was brought to Mars by her parents and Bender was brought to the Church of Robotology where they try to stop being robosexuals. Bender decides to marry Amy, to Farnsworth's frustration given that robosexual marriage is illegal with the exception of Space Massachusetts. The two decide to create Proposition Infinity to legalize robosexual marriage. Professor Farnsworth opposed the proposition and he and Bender started a debate. Farnsworth remembered dating a scientist named Eunice and saw her sleeping with a robot. He revealed that Eunice was actually a robot named Unit 47. As a result, Farnsworth gave up the debate and robosexual marriage became legal.

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It is one of Executive producer David X. Cohen's favorite episodes.